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Alexandra Family Place
2916 McBride Avenue, Crescent Beach,  BC V4A 3G2
Tel: 604-535-0015
Offered Sept-June.  Meet with other parents and caregivers while your toddlers play.

Clover Valley Family Resource Program
Clayton Hall  18513 70a Avenue, Surrey BC
Tel: 604-764-8635   clovervalleyfrp@options.bc.ca
Drop in program for families of children age 0 to 6. Meet other parents, find community resources, play, access to Early Childhood professionals. $1 per child.  Hours Monday 10am-12pm.

First Steps Early Years Refugee Settlement Program
Tel: 604-547-2027     paula.church@options.bc.ca 
Supports refugee families and their children 0-6 years. Includes drop-in programs, parenting support, nutrition and health information. Also orientation to parenting in the Canada, mental health counseling, and a father's group.
Newton Location: DIVERSEcity  #201, 7380 - 137 St. Surrey
North Surrey Location: #208 – 14888 104 Ave Surrey

Friends of Simon Tutoring
10350 University Drive Surrey, BC
Tel: 778-782-7342   fosimon@sfu.ca
Free tutoring for grades 5-9, open to immigrant students or if parents/guardians have immigrated to Canada. Can help with Math, Science, English, French, Social Studies and more. Tutors are highly trained SFU students who speak a variety of second languages.

Guildford Family Resource Program
10310 – 154th St. Surrey BC V3R 5Y7
Tel: 604-583-3844  
Low cost children’s activities for ages 0-6. Circle times to promote reading, parenting program. $1 drop-in fee. 

Growing Together Education Program (Options)
10707 – 146th St. Surrey BC V3R 1T5
Tel: 604-584-1181  
Daycare for teen mothers and fathers who want to return to school at  Guildford Park Secondary.

Homework Tutors Online
20 minute- Free online tutoring for students in grades 10-12. Available for Math, Social Studies and Science.

Learning Centers in Surrey
Caring, and flexible environment encourages students with varied needs to achieve success. For students aged 15 - 19  who have the necessary prerequisites for grade 10. Students without these prerequisites may apply and acceptance will be at the discretion of the principal.

City Centre Learning Centre  13104-109 Ave . Surrey, B.C. V3T 2N7
Tel:604-581-0611  Website

Cloverdale Learning Centre  200-5658-176th Street  Surrey BC
Tel: 604-574-3615 Website

Guildford Learning Centre #300 - 10183 152A St. Surrey, B.C. V3R 4H6
Tel: 604-951-9553 Website

North Surrey Learning Centre  9260 140th St.  Surrey,   B.C.
Tel:604-583-4040 Website

White Rock/South Surrey Learning Centre  13-2320 King George Blvd. 
Tel:604-536-0550 Website

Learning Disabilities Association-Fraser South Chapter
 #101 – 14225 57 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3X 0H6
Tel: 604-591-5156  info@ldafs.org    
One-to-one tutoring for children and youth in reading, writing, and math. Also offer keyboarding instruction; self-advocacy training; and summer tutoring programs. Seminars for parents and professionals.

Myzone
After school program for children ages 9-12. Make new friends, get help with homework and play sports . Monday – Friday 3:00pm - 6:00pm. Must register initially then drop-in. Free with Rec Centre Membership or Low Income Pass, or $40 for the school year. Offered at many schools and recreation centres. Ask at your local recreation centre.

Newton Family Resource Program
#100 6846 King George Blvd. Surrey BC
Tel: 604-572-8032 local 1557
Drop-in, for families with children 0-6 years. Circle times to promote reading. Variety of activities.

Pizza & Pencils Homework Club @ PCRS Youth Lounge
Guildford: #205-14727 108th Ave, Surrey    Tel: 604-587-8100
Newton:  114-13479 76th Ave, Surrey    Tel: 604-592-6200   
Drop-in teen homework club offered at the Guildford and Newton Youth Resource Centres.

Surrey Academy of Innovative Learning (SAIL)
14033 – 92 Avenue Surrey, British Columbia V3V 0B7
Tel: 604-592-4263   
Alternative high school. Offers a variety of learning options, including partially online and fully online options.

Surrey Libraries Reading Buddies
Reading practice for children in grades 2-4. Offered at the City Centre, Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton and Strawberry Hill Libraries.

Semiahmoo Family Place
Kensington Prairie Community Centre 16824 - 32 Avenue Surrey, BC V3S 0L5
Tel: 604-592-2619
Circle times to promote reading.  Ages 0-6 years. Parents/caregivers can socialize. Drop-in fee is $4 per family for Pay-As-You-Go or $2.50 per visit with the purchase of a pre-paid Punch Card.

Storytimes @ Surrey Libraries
Tel: Call your local branch for times and details.
We have lots of fun at library storytime! Children's staff will show parents and caregivers ways they can encourage love of reading.

Strong Start
Offered at most elementary schools. It is a free, drop-in, early learning program for preschool-aged children and their parent or caregiver. Offers learning activities to help children get ready for success in kindergarten.

United Way School's Out Umoja Program
#208 – 14888 104 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3R 1M4
Tel: 604-581-5574
Afterschool program to support newcomer children 6-12 years old. Offers help with homework. Focuses on reading, writing and English comprehension. Saturday program offers games,activities and community connection.

Whalley Family Resource Program
12740 – 102 Ave Surrey BC  (Oak Ave. Neighbourhood Hub)
Tel: 604-580-2344 mary.ydenberg@options.bc.ca
Drop-in program for families with children 0-6 years. Circle times to promote reading. Play, snack and lunch program.  Mon-Weds 10:00 - 1:00pm. Drop in cost is $1.00 per child;  Lunch is $3:00 (an adult and 2 children).

Youth Everlasting Seeds
1-10318 Whalley Blvd, Surrey, BC V3T 4H4
Tel: 604-374-5830   info@baobabinclusive.ca
Helps newcomer youths (ages 12-25 years) who need help getting established in Canada. Helps with job readiness, leadership and facilitation skills. Also building self-esteem, and how to become active citizens. Offers chances for volunteering, artistic development and, computer training. Provide free bus tickets, food and certifications.

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